For campaign funds, I am planning to invest into playlist pitching as well as advertisements that will direct people to my streaming + social pages. Otherwise, I do most of my marketing work in house. I do my own PR and design as well as photos, so due to that I'm able to invest more into the releases themselves.
"wash" is a track about growth and a change in perspective. As time has gone on and I've healed and worked through my personal struggles, i've realized that everything really does change with time, and that although healing isn't linear, it is possible. "it all comes out in the wash, if you let it" is my way of speaking to that experience.
In production, I really wanted this track to embody a cinematic effect. Including a washing machine, tapping on a bathtub, waves crashing, and more; this track was made with the idea of feeling like you're present in the experience of what it is about in mind.
Hi, I'm Mae Krell. I'm from New York City. I sing and write songs. I play guitar, piano, ukulele, and own a banjo (that I don't play, yet).
I wrote and recorded some songs when I was sixteen, put two of them out, then got sent away to figure myself out.
I took a break from making music. I came back a year later, and Monsters had over 200,000 streams.
I put out the rest of the Anabasis EP I wrote as a teen. I toured the country.
I took another break, and wrote new music.
Now I'm stronger, healthier, and ready to share it all.
garden was the first song, about change and growth through time, "home" was second, about what it felt like to come home when home felt foreign, and "wash" is coming soon.
I hope you like them ❤️
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